Customer Service Specialist (Former Employee) – Greensboro, NC – May 18, 2016
The deparment I worked for was newly opened in 2014, very unorganized , the call center supervisor is rude and nasty and has not take a call years or if she taken any at all and if you don't kiss butt you will not make it there, supervisor will not stand up on your behalf , the customer were rude and nasty due to quality of the bogus programs they were offering, fair warning don't accept an job offer from deluxe , people their hate it they enjoy the weekly pay check.. highly stressful! deluxe does not have script for their calls , but they ding you for making up one as you go! if you are ok with scamming people to purchase 2 season ago item at ridiculous price that can be purchase on other websites!
co worker and weekly pay
no fault policy, department heads rude and nasty, unorganized
If you like to provide strictly customer service to people who want checks then it is perfect. The huge downside is constantly being cussed out and treated badly because the mail had lost checks. I could no longer work in a stressful environment as such.
FACILITIES ENGINEER, MAINTENANCE MANAGER (Former Employee) – Townsend, MA – March 20, 2016
Challenging, stressful. Difficult leadership. Rewarding project work. Equipment maintenance was well scheduled and executed. Project work and the delivery of new equipment on time and on budget was rewarding.
Working in the call center was not all that great. It was VERY repetitive answering the phone and if you didn't succeed in making the correct sales pitch and angering the customer you didn't do your job. Management was supportive but their morals and ideas of trapping sales was a little unorthodox. The benefits were amazing but pay decent.
Poductive environment with a great amount of competition
Senior Sales and Marketing Consultant (Current Employee) – Lancaster, CA – January 20, 2016
I've learned a great amount of sales techniques and overcoming objections. At Deluxe there is such a competitive environment that it just teaches you to compete at a higher level in a positive way. Learning great ways to promote and advertise for a business is definitely another skill that will aid me in all my future endeavors,
Inbound Sales - Part Time (Former Employee) – Shoreview, MN – January 7, 2016
A typical 8 hour day at Deluxe is phone call after phone call and being expected to make a million different sales pitches even if the customer is in a hurry or turns you down. They expect you to make each phone call at least 10 minutes long and all they're after is getting the customers information so they can make another sales pitch. Was not happy with them at all. Very micromanaged.
if you could use those awesome benefits. This job is not for those with small children. Certain team leaders make it extremely hard to feel secure in your employment. Your told that you are soft sales and merit scores and coaching says otherwise.
co-workers are awesome, pot lucks, great benefits and bonus.
Designer (Former Employee) – Groton, MA – November 21, 2015
The best part of this place is the people. They are truly amazing! Coworkers are great. Lots of company benefits, like a yearly company celebration in June. They also do volunteer work, such as serving food at shelters or food/clothing drives.
People, Hours, location
November is a bad time of year... layoffs usually happen.
Sales Team Lead (Current Employee) – Shoreview, MN – November 20, 2015
Deluxe can be a great company to work for if you are motivated and willing to put in the work. They have a great group of employees and many friendships are made here. The only setback is that it is a corporation and there will always be changes and restructuring. Sometimes even the best and hardest working people can be impacted and let go with only a few weeks notice.
Business Reporting Analyst (Current Employee) – Shoreview, MN – November 6, 2015
One thing the Internship taught me was about who I am as a person and what I can accomplish with my life. This internship isn't for everyone but it's the AWESOME for the right person. I guess all you got to do is try it and see if you're the right fit.